The Good Times Fine Dining Party Gift Set
Use the Good Times Dinner Party Set to become the host with the most. This set contains everything you need to impress your guests. Get your evening off to a great start with a variety of dinner party games to help break the ice before you sit down for dinner. Give your table the proffesional touch with the included place card holders. The set also includes the recipe for either peppermint chocolate or chocolates mints, and a silicon mould so you can shape your after dinner mints. (Andrew Douse)
- Dinner party games
- Place card holders
- Silicon chocolate mould
- After dinner mints recipes
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Should be called the Meh Times Fine Dining Party Gift Set
The presentation is lovely - a good quality, sturdy box which is unfortunatley the best thing about this product. The contents are decidely average. You get some flimsy place holder cards which are utterly unexeptional. A silicone mould for making after dinner mints (shaped as leaves). A recipe for said after dinner mints. And some after dinner party games, which are basically instruction cards for drinking games which you played when you were 15. Mine was opened, mocked, and then consigned to the recycling bin.